"I am taking photos beside the deep and narrow river."
Translation:A mély és keskeny folyó mellett fényképezem.
Why is the verb form not fényképezek? The English sentence is indefinite -- there is no specific object. So why is the Hungarian verb in the definite form?
I don't think it is completetly necessary to put Én in the translation, as the correct solution says.
My comment was just an addition to the discussion...Anyway, it should be fényképezEM and not -ek, because the verbs that end in -ik in third person singular (the dictionary form) usually take -EM for first person singular present tense. It's an exception to the rule that in the indefinite conjugation the verbs take -(a vowel)k for first person singular present tense.